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The Federalist Papers of 1787 and 1788 were a series of newspaper articles written by Hamilton, Madison, and Jay in support of the Constitution. True False
Weegy: The Federalist Papers of 1787 and 1788 were a series of newspaper articles written by Hamilton, Madison, and Jay in support of the Constitution. TRUE. User: Thomas Paine wrote: A. the Federalist Papers B. the Constitution C. Common Sense D. the Declaration of Independence (More)
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Thomas Paine wrote Common Sense.
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Thomas Paine wrote: A. theFederalist Papers B. the Constitution C. Common Sense D. the Declaration of Indepedence
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Thomas Paine wrote: the COMMON SENSE.

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